So this is the original blue front door from the film Notting Hill. The last time I came through this, there were rather a lot of press people outside. Now there’s no one, because no one cares about me anymore. And this is the Portobello Road, where I did that sad and moving walk through the seasons and, of course, spilt orange juice on Julia Roberts’… uh, you know, front. Shit! Bugger! God! I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry. And here’s the bookshop where I sold not very good travel books. Everyone in the world knows who you are. My mother has trouble remembering my name. I’m also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her. Sorry, I should explain. It’s been 20 years since the film came out, and we thought it would be fun to celebrate that for Red Nose Day. So I am inviting you to come to London and tour the sites from the film. We will fly you to the UK with a friend or relative, mother, whatever you want. You’ll have a private tour of Notting Hill with Richard Curtis, who was the writer of the film, seeing all the sites. The blue door, the “last brownie” shop and finishing up with a picnic tea right here with me. An extraordinary, greedy, slap-up English tea entirely made by me. I will hand-feed you and your friend, and sing to you and brush your hair. Then, if you’re not fat enough already, you’ll get a three-course dinner at The Ritz Hotel, just about the swankiest and most expensive hotel in London. That same night, you’ll stay in a beautiful bedroom there and be treated like royalty, just like Julia was when she stayed there with Alec Baldwin. So it’ll be a fantastic day, a wonderful evening, an incredible night and, of course, the best tea you’ve ever had in your life. So all you have to do is go to omaze.com/nottinghill to donate for your chance to win. And the best part is that every donation supports Red Nose Day and their mission to end child poverty worldwide. So hurry up and come and visit us in Notting Hill world. I can’t wait to meet you.